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Keep Me in Mind (Miriam Makeba album)

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Keep Me in Mind is a 1970 album by Miriam Makeba.The album juxtaposes Makeba's own compositions, and one "Lumumba" by her daughter Bongi, with songs by Stephen Stills, Van Morrison, Lennon-McCartney and John Fogerty.[2][3]

Keep Me in Mind
Studio album by
Released1974
GenreWorld music, African music
LabelReprise, RS 6381
ProducerLewis Merenstein
Miriam Makeba chronology
Makeba!
(1968)
Keep Me in Mind
(1974)
A Promise
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[1]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Lumumba" (Bongi Makeba)
  2. "For What It's Worth" (Stephen Stills)
  3. "Brand New Day" (Van Morrison)
  4. "I Shall Sing" (Van Morrison)
  5. "Kulala" (Makeba)
  6. "In My Life" (Lennon-McCartney)
  7. "Down On The Corner" (John Fogerty)
  8. "Ibande" (Makeba)
  9. "Measure The Valleys" (Robert Brittan)
  10. "Tululu" (Makeba)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Billboard - Jun 6, 1970 - Page 23 MIRIAM MAKEBA— Keep Me in Mind Reprise, RS 6381
  3. ^ The Gramophone 1970- Volume 48 - Page 489 "Miriam Makeba is the wife of Black Power apostle Stokely Carmichael, and the beliefs and attitudes of the movement inevitably and understandably colour her singing in "Keep Me In Mind" (Reprise RSLP6381) with items such as Lumumba..."